Laurie Dhue Biography
Since 2000, Laurie Dhue has worked as a Fox News reporter, Special Edition host, and founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. She served as the host of several weekend CNN programs, including World View and The World Today. Dhue participated in public speaking while an intern at WSB-TV.
Laurie Dhue Age
On February 10, 1969, Laurie was born. Although she was reared in Atlanta, Georgia, she was born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She is currently 54 years old, and every year on January 10 she celebrates her birthday.
Laurie Dhue Height
Dhue stands at 1.9 meters (6 feet 3 inches) in height. She also keeps her weight at about 60 kg.
Laurie Dhue Parents-Siblings
Although Laurie Dhue was born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, she was brought up in Atlanta, Georgia, where she was given the name Laurie Walker Dhue. Her parents are Hutton and Bob Dhue. Her father originally held the position of vice president of wrestling operations for World Championship Wrestling.
Laurie Dhue Education
Dhue attended Atlanta’s Westminster Schools. She received her degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dhue has a bachelor’s degree in arts with a concentration in theatrical arts and political science.
The attractive journalist and Thomas Calcoate were wed. On June 1, 1996, they exchanged vows in a secret ceremony, but their union did not endure long before they divorced. She is married to Joe Schrank. Schrank, a clinical social worker, also uses intervention. He founded thefix.com and serves as executive editor of The Small Bow.
Laurie Dhue Fox News
Dhue was the Special Edition host for MSNBC before joining Fox News in 2000. She began working at MSNBC in April 1999 as the Newsfront anchor. From 1990 to 1999, she was employed by CNN, where she anchored weekend shows such as CNN Saturday, CNN Sunday, World View, and The World Today.
The infrequent weekend edition of Today for NBC was produced by Laurie while she was an intern as a weekend morning anchor for WSB-TV in Atlanta. She appeared once a week on The O’Reilly Factor and presented the Fox Report’s weekend version. She also provided coverage for Fox Report with Shepard Smith, On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, and Geraldo at Large. Dhue hosted evening news updates for many years and provided the voice of Fox News Radio’s official 2004 launch.
She served as the special guest host of The Joy Behar Show on HLN, a sister network of CNN, on March 30, 2011. On August 29, 2011, Frances Rivera took her place on the WPIX-TV Morning News in New York City. On March 13, 2013, Dhue started presenting For the Record on the brand-new media network “TheBlaze.” Dhue made his debut as TheBlaze TV News’ evening anchor on September 9, 2013. On April 17, 2015, she parted ways with TheBlaze.
Laurie Dhue On Sexual Harassment
One of the many women, including Dhue, whose sexual harassment claims against longtime anchor Bill O’Reilly and former president Roger Ailes were settled with Fox News. In 2017, she was composing a book on her experience.
Laurie Dhue Alcoholism and Recovery
In February 2011, Dhue formally admitted to having battled alcoholism for 15 years. She has now assumed a significant position in the recovery movement after receiving successful treatment for her addiction. She has battled for greater availability of rehabilitation options and programs as well as for the requirement of openness regarding the illness and the stigmas attached to it. At conventions, seminars, business gatherings, and other events, she addresses the audience.
Laurie Dhue’s Net Worth
Since she began working, Laurie has amassed a sizable fortune. Her net worth is reportedly $4 million.